Fall is creeping up on us.
Father/daughter dance from the wedding I did this weekend:
Laughing bride’s maids…
The wedding itself was difficult. The minister was an older man who didn’t like wedding photographers, clearly. He said we weren’t allowed to be in his line of sight at all during the service, not allowed to get anywhere near the stage, and not allowed to use flash.
Why the minister gets to tell the photographers what to do is beyond me–if I was the bride I would be angry! She’s the one paying for the photography.
Their wedding cake was one of the most delicious I have ever had. I love eating at people’s weddings. (It’s written in my contract!)
I was just an assistant to another photographer at this wedding. That was interesting. I’ve never been an assistant before. I get paid considerably less than if I were in charge, but I don’t have to edit all of the pictures and I still get to eat wedding cake.
These are pictures of Rosie and Ada yesterday evening playing outside.
The weather is getting cooler with warm days still mixed in. The evenings already have a distinct autumn chill, cooler light, and a few Fall leaves are hitting the ground.
Rosie is officially no longer a baby. Like, at all.
We made a seasonal shelf in our home school room to display items for each time of year. Rosie loves it. She’s having so much fun picking things to display for Fall/Halloween.
And Ada is so…Ada.
These are kind of outtakes lighting-wise, but I love her expressions.
Ada loves animals a lot, where Rosie can be sort of indifferent towards them.